SUMMARY OF FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORTS

JULY 1, 2005 TO JUNE 30, 2006

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF LAW

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Awards

 

I.          Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Anderson, Carol B.

 

North Carolina Trial Practice; Anderson on Advocacy

 

Chesney, Robert M.

 

Robert M. Chesney, Leaving Guantanamo: the Law of International Detainee Transfers, 40 University of Richmond Law Review 657 (2006)

 

Ruling Expands Judiciary’s Role in Transfer of Terror Detainees, Washington Legal Foundation Legal Backgrounder (Aug.26, 2005)

 

Collins, Jennifer M.

 

Crime and Parenthood:  The Uneasy Case for Prosecuting Negligent Parents, 100 NW L. Rev. 807 (2006)

 

Gilreath, Shannon D.

 

Book: Sexual Politics: The Gay Person in America Today (University of Akron Press, Law, Politics, and Society Series, June 2006).

 

“Constitutional Status of Gay Marriage,” in Michael K. Curtis, J. Wilson Parker, et al, Constitutional Law in Context 2nd ed. (Carolina Academic Press, 2006). 

 

Article: Of Fruit Flies and Men: Rethinking Immutability in Equal Protection Analysis—with a View toward a Constitutional Moral Imperative, U. of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change (June 06). 

 

Green, Michael D.

 

Tort Law and Alternatives (8th ed. 2006) (with Franklin & Rabin)

 

Products Liability: Cases and Materials (4th ed. 2006) (with Fischer, Powers & Sanders)

 

The Intersection of Factual Causation and Damages, DePaul L. Rev. (2006)

 

Newman, Joel S.

 

“Slave Tax as Sin Tax:  18th and 19th Century Perspectives” Tax Notes v. 101, n. 8 (November 24, 2003)

 

Palmiter, Alan R.

 

Corporations:  Examples & Explanations (5th ed. 2006 - Aspen Publishers)

 

2006 Supplement – Bauman, Palmiter & Partnoy, Corporations:  Law & Policy (West Group)

 

US Legal Profession:  A Story of Market Protection, published in proceedings of First Congress of Civil Law Notaries (Rome, November 2005)

 

Parker, Wendy M.

 

Lessons in Losing:  Employment Discrimination Litigation in Federal District Courts, Notre Dame Law Review (2006).

 

Roberts, Thomas E.

 

The Section 1983 Land Use Case, Chapter 7, Sword & Shield 2006

 

Shapiro, Sidney A.

 

Administrative Law And Procedure: A Problem Casebook (3d ed. 2006) (West Publishing Co.) (with William Funk &  Russell Weaver)  [textbook]

 

The Case Against the IQA, Env. Forum, July/August 2005, at 26.

 

 Rethinkng Reform of Electricity Markets, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 497 (2005) (with Joseph P. Tomain).

 

Pragmatic Administrative Law, Issues in Legal Scholarship, The Reformation of American Administration Law (2005): Article 1, http://www.bepress.com/ils/iss6/art1/.

 

Government Benefits and the Rule of Law: Toward A Standards-Based Theory of Due Process,   57 Ad. L. Rev. 107 (2005) (with Richard Levy)

 

Walker, George K.

 

Reporter, North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section Drafting Committee, Recommended Amendments for Forms and Rules to Be Used with the North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act As Amended in 2005 (Sept. 5, 2005).

 

2006 Revised Handbook:  Arbitrating Family Law Cases Under the North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act as Amended in 2005 (3 vols., May 20, 2006).

 

2005 amendments to the North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act, North Carolina General Statutes '' 50-41 - 50-62 (2005), enacted based on recommendations in research as Reporter, North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section Drafting Committee, Amendments for the Family Law Arbitration Act, Related Statutes, and Associated Forms and Rules (May 12, 2004), reported in the 2004-05 Faculty Information Form.

 

The 2005 Amendments to the Family Law Arbitration Act, ch. 5 in North Carolina Bar Foundation, Perils and Pitfalls in ADR:  A Family Law Perspective (2005).

 

Defining Terms in the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention IV:  The Last Round of Definitions Proposed by the International Law Association (American Branch) Law of the Sea Committee, 36 California Western International Law Journal 133 (2005).

 

Wright, Ronald F.

 

2005 Supplement for Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes, and Guidelines (Aspen Publishers 2005) (with Nora Demleitner, Doug Berman, and Marc Miller)

 

2005 Supplement for Criminal Procedures – Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials (Aspen Publishers 2005) (with Marc Miller)

 

The Political Economy of Up-Front Fees for Indigent Criminal Defense Counsel, 47 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2045-2087 (2006) (with Wayne Logan)

 

Blakely and the Centralizers in North Carolina, 18 Fed. Sentencing Reporter 19-22 (2005)

 

The Wisdom We Have Lost: Sentencing Information in the Federal System, 58 Stan. L. Rev. 361-380 (2005) (symposium) (with Marc Miller)

 

Trial Distortion and the End of Innocence in Federal Criminal Justice, 154 U. Pa. L. Rev. 79-156 (2005)

 

II.         Papers and Presentations

 

Chesney, Robert M.

“International Law and Executive Power to Interpret Treaties,” presentation to the faculty at University of North Carolina School of Law (April 2006)

“The Law of War in Domestic Courts,” presentation to the National Security Studies program at Syracuse University (April 2006)

“Leaving Guantanamo,” presentation to the faculty at the University of Richmond School of Law (February 28, 2006)

“Detainee Status Law,” presentation at the Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, Charlottesville, VA (Jan. 12, 2006)

“On American Exceptionalism” presentation given for the Section on International Law, Association of American Law Schools 2006 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (Jan. 6, 2006)

“Judicial Deference to Executive Treaty Interpretations: A Case Study Involving POW Determinations,” presentation at the annual meeting of the International Law in Domestic Courts Interest Group of the American Society of International Law, at Vanderbilt University School of Law (Dec. 13, 2006)

Moderator, “Beyond Article II Courts: Military Tribunals, Status Review Tribunals, and Immigration Courts,” Symposium: Secret Evidence and the Courts in the Age of National Security, Cardozo School of Law (Dec. 5, 2005)

“Leaving Guantànamo,” presented to the Law of War course at the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Legal Center and School (July 15, 2005).

Davis, Timothy

 

Presented paper, “Legal Issues Impacting the Golf Industry”, Sports and Entertainment Law Section of North Carolina Bar Association

 

Presented paper, “Regulating Sports Agents,” at symposium sponsored by Willamette Law Review,  March 16, 2006

 

Green, Michael D.

 

Commentator: Conference on Economic Loss (U. Ariz)

 

Paper Presentation: Future of Asbestos Apportionment (U. Conn.)

 

Presentation: The Impact of the Civil Jury (European Centre on Tort & Insurance Law Vienna, Austria)

 

Presentation, Proof of Causation in Pharmaceutical Cases (ALI/ABA CLE)

 

Palmiter, Alan R.

 

“Autotomy: Myths and Realities of US Legal Profession,” First Congress of Civil Law Notaries (Rome, Italy, 10 November 2005)

 

“Annual Business Law Update,” NC Business Law Section Annual Meeting (Pinehurst, North Carolina, 17 February 2006)

 
“Mutual Fund Boards:  A Failed Experiment in Regulatory Outsourcing,” Symposium:  New Models for Securities Law Enforcement: Outsourcing, Compelled Cooperation and Gatekeepers, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law (Brooklyn, New York, 31 March 2006) 
 
“Corporation as Criminal:  An Inquiry into Political Economy,” Roundtable: The Criminalization of Corporate Law, University of Maryland School of Law and Business Program (Baltimore, Maryland, 21 April 2006)
 
“US Mutual Funds:  The Awakening Behemoth,” Anton Philips Fund Conference on Large Shareholder Participation in Corporate Governance, Tilburg University (Amsterdam, Netherldands, 12 June 2006)
 
Shapiro, Sidney A.
 

American University, Judicial Review of Information Quality Act, May, 2006, Washington, DC.

 

American Bar Association, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, OMB’s Risk Assessment Guidelines, April, 2006, Hamilton, Bermuda

 

Boston University Law School, Owning Standards: Private Standards, Government Regulation, and the New Governance, Boston, Massachusetts, March, 2006.

 

American Bar Association, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, OMB’s Guidelines for Peer Review, February, 2005, Washington, D.C. 

 

North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, The Last Progressive Force in America, Ashville, N.C., October, 2005

 
Walker, George K.

 

Presented paper, The 2005 Amendments to the Family Law Arbitration Act, as part of a North Carolina Bar Foundation-sponsored continuing education program, Perils and Pitfalls in ADR:  A Family Law Perspective, Chapel Hill, N.C., Sept. 16, 2005.

 

Presented paper, Family Law Arbitration from the Court Perspective, as part of the North Carolina Association of District Judges Summer Conference, Wrightsville Beach, N.C., June 14, 2006.

 
Walsh, Robert K.
 

“A Day in the Life of a Dean,” ABA Seminar for New Law School Deans, Columbus, Ohio, June 15, 2006.

 

Wright, Ronald F.

 

The Black Box, presentation at the Faculty Colloquium of the University of Alabama School of Law, 13 March 2006 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama; presentation for the Faculty Colloquium of the Florida State University School of Law, 11 April 2006 in Tallahassee, Florida.

 

The Power of Bureaucracy after Blakely and Booker, presentation at the Symposium on Sentencing After Booker, sponsored by the University of Houston School of Law; 18 November, 2005, in Houston, Texas.

 

The Rhetoric of the Incremental and the Incendiary after Booker and Blakely, presentation at the Symposium on Sentencing Rhetoric after Booker, sponsored by the Roger Williams University School of Law; 22 October, 2005, in Bristol, Rhode Island.

 

Review of the Constitutional Background for the Sykes Investigation, presentation to the Sykes Administrative Review Committee of the City of Winston-Salem; 20 October, 2005

 

Reasons as Law for the “Lawless” Prosecutor, presentation to the law faculty at the University of Iowa; 13 October, 2005, in Iowa City, Iowa.

 

Trial Distortion and the End of Innocence in Federal Criminal Justice, presentation for the Fall Authors’ Luncheon of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review; 7 October, 2005, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

Blakely and the Role of Certainty in Crime Politics, presentation at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools; 20 July, 2005, in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Chesney, Robert M.

 

Editor-in-Chief – American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security’s National Security Law Report (a periodical)

 

Book review editor – The Journal of National Security Law and Policy

 

Chair-elect – Section on National Security Law, Association of American Law Schools

 

Palmiter, Alan R.

 

National Board of Civil Law Notaries (Consiglio Nazionale del Notariato), accompanied delegation of Italian civil law notaries to Delaware in June 2005 (4 days) / continue to provide advice on US law and law practice

 

Reviewer, Casebooks and Student Book Proposals (Aspen Publishers)

 

Parker, Wendy M.

 

Board Member, AALS Education Law Section

 

Roberts, Thomas E.

 

Urban Lawyer Editorial Advisory Board

 

Chair, Section of State and Local Government Law, American Bar Association

 

Walker, George K.

 

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law Advisory Board.

 

Chair, International Law Association American Branch Law of the Sea Committee.

 

Executive Committee, American Branch, International Law Association.

 

Reporter, North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section Drafting Committee project to prepare proposed amendments to the North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act, enacted by the 2005 General Assembly (Item G.1); reporter, North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section Drafting Committee project to prepare proposed amendments to forms and rules to complement the Act.

 

Nonpay consultant, Naval War College, on revising Annotated Supplement to the Naval Commander's Handbook on the Law of Naval Operations, Naval Warfare Publication 1-14.

 

Nonpay consultant, calls, e-mails from lawyers, judges, law students while working as summer associates, average of an hour a week.

 

Walsh, Robert K.

 

Vice President, The American Inns of Court Foundation, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, The American Inns of Court Foundation Board of Trustees, American Inns of Court.

 

Chair, Temple Bar Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, Strategic Planning Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Chair, Goal I Subcommittee for the Strategic Planning Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, Search Committee for New Executive Director, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, Law School Project Advisory Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, Jamestown 2007 National Conference, American Inns of Court.

                                               

Member, New Deans Seminar Planning Committee, American Bar Association.

 

Member, Special Committee on Post JD Programs, American Bar Association.

 

Member, Kutak Committee, American Bar Association.

 

Member, The American Bar Association Advisory Committee to the Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative Council.

 

Member, The American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative Working Group for an Assessment Tool to Examine Legal Education in Emerging Democracies.

 

Member, The National Association of Law Placement Foundation Board of Trustees, NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education.

 

Member, Law School Liaison Committee, North Carolina Bar Association.

 

Member, Public Service Advisory Committee, North Carolina Bar Association.

 

Member Emeritus, Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism, State of North Carolina.

 

Chair, Bankruptcy Merit Selection Panel for the Middle District of North Carolina.

 

Member, Task Force on the Legal Education of Lawyers in North Carolina, North Carolina Bar Association.

 

Master of the Bench and Chief Administrator, Chief Justice Joseph Branch Inn of Court.

 

Wright, Ronald F.

 

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

Federal Sentencing Reporter

 

 

IV. External Grants Received

 

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

Federal Sentencing Reporter

 

V.              Awards

 

Davis, Timothy

 

Voted by third year law students as Teacher of Year.